Anna Hotel – A Boutique Hotel In Munich

The Anna Hotel is one of the finest boutique hotels in Munich and lies between the train station and the Karlstor, which marks the entrance to the historical part of the city. In Anna Hotel’s contemporary rooms, teak floors, combined with white walls and black granite create a warmly lit background for the cherry-picked and expertly arranged pieces of furniture. In the sixth-floor suite, designed (like the rest of the hotel) by Donghia, walls are replaced by panoramic windows reaching from floor to ceiling, affording the scene penthouse-style gravitas.

At the hotel

Satellite TV, free WiFi. Free access to spa at next-door Hotel Königshof, with Jacuzzi, steam bath, sauna and gym.

There are 75 rooms, including one tower suite, four junior tower suites, two upper deck rooms and two panorama rooms. Check out time is 11am, but late check-out is sometimes possible. Earliest check-in, 3pm.

Children Under-12s can stay in their parents’ room for free; there is a charge of €60 a day for an extra bed for teens and adults (including breakfast). Cots can be provided, and babysitters are available on request.

Hotel is pet-friendly. Dogs are allowed for a charge of €25 a day. Blankets and a dog bowl are provided. Just let the hotel know when booking.

Ask for a round tower room, with great views over Munich and the Frauenkirche (Church of our Lady). Some rooms have balconies, and you can choose between rain shower or bathtub.

Also, There is an underground station and streetcar stop in front of the hotel, and it’s 500m to the main station.

Hotel restaurant

Anna Bar & Restaurant, on the ground floor, has Asian-influenced and European fare. The impressive dim sum menu has a mix-and-match selection of sticky dumplings, meat-stuffed rolls and wontons, and there’s a range of Thai curries. More traditional choices include Caesar salad, club sandwiches and pasta dishes.

Hotel bar

The bar is in the same modern space as the restaurant and serves a good variety of cocktails.


Double rooms from SG$243.04 (€151), excluding tax at 7 per cent.

Breakfast isn’t included in the room rate but a buffet is available for €22 a person.